Find Anshula’s work on Instagram, her personal squarespace page, Gallery AWA in Brooklyn, as well as across the Pacific, in Hokkaido, Japan’s Sapporo Museum of Contemporary Art, and in the Lalit Kala Akademi print Biennale show, in India.
“Wakanda Forever!” I have to start this off by saying Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out) escaped the sunken place and ran straight to Africa. There are several important black superhero movies that preceded Black Panther. 1993 saw Robert Townsend release “The Meteor Man”. In 1994 Damon Wayans starred as
Burgerville Workers Union Calls for Boycott of All Stores Jake Edgar The formation of the Burgerville Workers Union (BVWU), in 2016, came as a pleasant surprise to everyone except Burgerville’s upper management team. The demands coming from the union are reasonable. They want a 5$ an hour
An interview with Burgerville Workers Union Organizer Stefan Stackhouse Jake Edgar JE: How Long have you been part of the Union? SS: I’ve worked at the Gladstone Burgerville for just over one year. I joined the union for the same reason I think everyone else does: We want
When an earthquakes strikes what will you do? To find out what PCC is doing, consider volunteering as a victim during the Campus Community Emergency Response Team(C-CERT) disaster simulation. We need victims! We need lots of victims! But only for a few hours, on the Thursday morning before finals week.
UPDATE: March 4. Simon Newman has resigned as President of Mount St. Mary’s college, following the uproar over his actions, as reported below. Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Ed has reported that President Simon Newman of Mt. St. Mary’s College in Maryland has struck back at the student
CASCADE LEARNING CENTER NEWS Terrell Hall 123 & Terrell Hall 220 Fall Term 2015 Learning Center Hours, TH 123, September 23 – December 9 Monday -Thursday 8AM-6PM Friday 8AM-4PM Saturday 11AM-3PM Writing/Reading Center Hours, TH 220, September 28 – December 9 Monday – Thursday
The lead editorial in Sunday’s Oregonian was about the role of Community Colleges in helping low-income students achieve a college education. Jose Esparaza, a PCC staff member, and President Pulliams were specifically mentioned. You can read the entire editorial by following this link.
According to information published in the Oregonian, students who transfer to a four year school after earning an associate’s degree in a community college go on to earn a bachelor’s degree 82% of the time, compared with 81 percent for people who began at a four-year school and